Jeffrey Derr

Derr to serve as Medical Director

Submitted Article
Jeffrey Derr, MD, MPH, joined CentraCare Health - Monticello to serve as Medical Director of the hospital’s Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation unit. He provides care for patients requiring intensive therapies for conditions such as a stroke, traumatic brain injury, amputation and neurological disorders. 
Dr. Derr is Board Certified in Preventative Medicine/Occupational Medicine, Physical Medi-cine and Rehabilitation, and Electrodiagnostic Medicine. He received his doctorate degree from the University of Minnesota and his Master of Public Health degree from the University of Illinois. Dr. Derr has more than 20 years of experience in medicine and rehabilitation.
“We are excited to have patients on the Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation unit cared for by an expert in physical medicine and rehabilitation,” said Mary Ellen Wells, Administrator, CentraCare Health – Monticello. “Having Dr. Derr ensures patients who need dedicated rehabilitation services are receiving high-quality care, close to home.” 
To learn more about CentraCare Health – Monticello’s Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation unit, visit centracare.com.

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